Just when you thought it was safe to venture out again after all of your Christmas and New Year excesses... Not content with running the probably one of the best 4-day horror / fantasy festivals in London every August, FrightFest are continuing with their on-the-road travels and have joined forces with their Celtic cousin, Dead by Dawn to present a day of tartan terror.
On the 18th February 2006, The Glasgow Film Theatre will be host to a terrific line up of five films, including four must-see premieres, as well as all the usual FrightFest surprises, give-aways and fun and games.
The films screening are;
The Great Yokai War, Japan, Takashi Miike.
Bunshinsaba - Ouija Board, Korea, Ahn Byung-ki
Reeker, USA, Dave Payne
Wild Country, UK, Craig Strachan
Boy Eats Girl, Ireland, Stephen Bradley
Tickets are on sale now priced at £20 for a day pass and £6 per individual film. Tickets can be purchased or reserved in advance from the box office in person or over the phone on 0141 332 8128 between 12 and 9 p.m.
In other Wild Country / Frightfest news, Gabriel films, the producers of Wild Country, and FrightFest have got together to promote a short horror film competition.
The competition is to celebrate the theatrical release and home town premiere of Wild Country in Glasgow on 18th February (the FrightFest Presents day) with the winning short to be shown before the film at the star-studded premiere.
The rules are simple. The film must be horror themed and between 3 and 10 minuets.
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